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Venice is a city without cars, the last point you can reach driving is Piazzale Roma, crossing “Ponte della Libertà” (Freedom Bridge), where also trains and buses run.
Once in Piazzale Roma, or in Stazione Santa Lucia arriving by train, you get to choose how to move: on foot, “vaporetti” (small ferry boats) or taxi.
Where: Ca’ Rezzonico Dorsoduro 3136, 30123 Venice
Vaporetti: From Piazzale Roma: Line 1 Ca’ Rezzonico stop
From Santa Lucia Railway Station: Line 1 Ca’ Rezzonico stop
From Lido di Venezia: Line 1 Ca’ Rezzonico stop
When: 10 – 17 Last admission 4 pm Closed on Tuesday; from April, 1st 10 – 18
Prices: € 10
€ 7.50 Reduced
Tips: Enjoy the Italian garden and the little bridge for free.